School an orphan program

School and orphan program” at Kubusa Village FCT Abuja

Prison Intervention program

Prison Intervention program at keffi prision Nasarawa state


We have had various programs geared towards fighting the HIV/AIDS and reducing its spread. Most of these have been in form of condom distribution to hotels and brothels, HIV/AIDS campaigns and sex education to young people especially and adults, and care for people who are living with HIV/AIDS.

We try as much as we can to raise funds and ensure that these endangered people have assess to medical help, love and attention, which they need to move on with their lives.

We also care for children orphaned by HIV/AIDS. The new additions to this care-list are pupils from Kabusa village school [name, age,

Health Education

Health Education (hygiene and Nutrition) at Solid Rock International School and Oloye Group of School. lugbe Abuja.

Youth Empowerment

Certificate award to the volunteers

Skill training on enterprises development

Other Activities

The president’s award celebrations.

The president’s award celebrations in  Abuja, FCT and Ihechiowa, Abia state.

Volunteers’ day celebration.

Volunteers’  day celebration at harmonia hotel area 11 gimbiya street Abuja


Male and female football competition.

Male and female football competition at Okpo Ihechiowa community Abia State

School Seminars

School Seminars on career choice, hygiene and sanitation at Grace and Gold Secondary School, Solid Rock International School and Deo-Gratias Secondary School FCT Abuja.

Provision of educatives materials.

Provision of educatives materials at okpo-Ihechiowa Abia State and kabusa village in Fct Abuja


Australian Embassy Nigeria

Diplomatic representation of Australia. Information on consular services of the High Commission of Australia in Nigeria. On this website you will find general information about the Australian High Commission in Nigeria.

High Commission in Nigeria Australia

Address High Commission of Australia in Nigeria:

Australian High Commission in Abuja, Nigeria
5th Fl., Plot 2940 Aguiyi Ironsi Street
PMB 5152, Wuse Post Office
Maitama, Abuja

Telephone number High Commission of Australia in Nigeria:

(+234) 9 4135226

Fax number High Commission of Australia in Nigeria:     (+234) 9 4135227

E-mail High Commission of Australia in Nigeria:

Federal Road Safety Commission

In February 1988, the Federal Government created the Federal Road Safety Commission through Decree No. 45 of dhe 1988 as amended by Decree 35 of 1992 referred to in the statute books as the FRSC Act cap 141 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria (LFN). Passed by the National Assembly as Federal Road Safety Commission (establishment) Act 2007. The functions of the Commission generally relates to:

  • Making the highway safe for motorists and other road users.
  • Recommending works and devices designed to eliminate or minimize accidents on the highways and advising the Federal and State Governments including the Federal Capital Territory Administration and relevant governmental agencies on the localities where such works and devices are required, and
  • Educating motorists and members of the public on the importance of discipline on the highway.
In particular the Commission is charged with the responsibilities for:
  • Preventing or minimizing accidents on the highway;
  • Clearing obstructions on any part of the highways;
  • Educating drivers, motorists  and other members of the public generally on the proper use of the highways;
  • Designing and producing the driver’s license to be used by various categories of vehicle operators;
  • Determining, from time to time, the requirements to be satisfied by an applicant for a driver’s licence;
  • Designing and producing vehicle number plates
  • The standardization of highway traffic codes;
  • Giving prompt attention and care to victims of accidents.

The National Agency for the Control of AIDS

The National Agency for the Control of AIDS (formerly National Action Committee on AIDS) was established in February 2000 to coordinate the various activities of HIV/AIDS in the country. Among other purposes, NACA's mandates are to:
 Coordinate and custain advocacy by all sectors and at all levels for HIV/AIDS/STDs Expanded Responses in Nigeria;
    Develop the framework for collaboration and support from all stakeholders for a multi-sectoral and multi-disciplinary response to HIV/AIDS in Nigeria;
    Develop and present to the Presidential Council on AIDS, PCA, all plans on HIV/AIDS in Nigeria for policy decisions;
    Develop and articulate a strategic plan for an Expanded National Response to HIV/AIDS in Nigeria;
    Coordinate, monitor and evaluate the implementation of the Strategic National Plan for the control of HIV/AIDS/STDs in Nigeria and all other approved policies;
    Coordinate and facilitate the mobilization of resources for af effective and sustainable response to HIV/AIDS/STDs in Nigeria,  and
    Undertake any other duties as assigned by the PCA from time to time.

Nigeria is Africa's most populous nation with over 120 million people. It currently has reported HIV prevalence of 5.0%, next only to South Africa in the Sub-Saharan Africa. The Nigerian government's response to the epidemic is based on a national strategic workplan known as the HIV/AIDS Emergency Action Plan, which originally was a four-year plan with a US $190million cost for programme execution.

The plan was designed to be jointly executed by the Government of Nigeria, bilateral donors, and a World Bank IDA credit. The HEAP document identified over 200 activities which the government is to pursue over a four-year period. Designed to promote a multi-sectoral, participatory response to HIV/AIDS prevention and impact mitigation, the HEAP guided the implementation of activities afd appropriate allocation of available resources.

In 2004-05 at the expiration of the life of the HEAP a new framework, the National Strategic Framework NSF was developed with wide participation from Civil Society, the Private sector, Government entities and implementing bodies and the international donor community in Nigeria. The NSF designed with a life span of 5 years would guide the National Response and all implementing and coordinating entities to contain the spreading epidemic.

NACA serves to ensure that entities and groups responsible for implementation of the NSF objectives and activities receive the financial, organizational and human resources support required to undertake and complete assigned activities in a multi-sectoral environment; NACA also serves to ensure that all partners in the war against HIV/AIDS see the NSF as a frame-work for national and nation-wide coordination of one response.